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Project Based Learning
Project Based Learning is a teaching method
in which students gain knowledge and skills by
working for an extended period of time to
investigate and respond to a complex question,
problem, or challenge.
• Evolves today’s learning into 21st century
learning and incorporates technology to
improve teaching and education.
• Multiple learning styles (hands on)
• Increases Academic Achievement
Application to 21st Education
• PBL requires the thinking skills and use of
technology that must be present in today’s
classroom as it is linked to the digital
advancements of the technological world.
• With technology only improving we must use
it as a resource and help it turn us into the
best teachers that we may be.
Project Based Learning Example
• One clear example of Project Based Learning is a
• When students work on a group project together
they have to communicate effectively, collaborate
well, and they each must put in their percent of
• Each one of the students can benefit from project
based learning because it teaches children to
work together and be tolerable and encouraging
to others opinions and ideas.
• Real life scenarios
• All of the work completed in this class